Community-Acquired Urinary Tract Infection AmongSexually Active Women: Risk Factors, BacterialProfile and Their Antimicrobial SusceptibilityPatterns, Arba Minch, Southern Ethiopia

  03 May 2023

Globally, urinary tract infections (UTIs) are a common health issue among women. Investigating risk factors associated with culture-proven UTIs and the antimicrobial resistance profile of uropathogens would provide insight into planning prevention and control measures.

The finding indicates the importance of public intervention targeting the identified risk factors and the resistance phenotype to reduce the burden of UTIs with antimicrobial resistance in the study area.

Author(s): Mohammed Seid et al
Effective Surveillance  
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